Team members from correctional jurisdictions in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia placed a single long-stemmed rose to commemorate each fallen officer as Mel Grieshaber, president of the International Association of Correctional Officers, recited the roll call.
What does IACO stand for?
IACO stands for International Association of Correctional Officers
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We have 15 other meanings of IACO in our Acronym Attic
- Islamic Affairs Central Network (UK)
- International Automotive Components, North America
- International Affairs Council of North Carolina (Raleigh, NC)
- Iranian-American Community of Northern California
- Inter-American Committee for Natural Disaster Reduction (Organization of American States)
- Isolated Angiitis of the Central Nervous System
- Illinois Association of County Officials (Springfield, IL)
- Integration and Checkout Operations
- Integration, Assembly and Checkout
- International Aid and Cooperation Organization
- International Aviation Consulting
- Independent Armored Car Operators Association, Inc
- Institute for Alternative Community Development (Japan)
- International Agency for Cooperation on Development (Switzerland)
- International Association of Crusty Old Jakes (firefighters; est. 1999)
- International Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement
- International Advisory Committee on Marine Sciences
- International Armaments Cooperative Opportunities Plan
- International Association of Chiefs of Police (Alexandria, VA)
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International Association of Correctional Officers, National Correctional Officers Week International, April 30-May 7.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The International Association of Correctional Officers, which currently holds it annual conference in Washington, D.
Many of the nearly 200 in attendance were members of the International Association of Correctional Officers (IACO), which held its annual conference in the nation's capital the same weekend.
Many of the nearly 400 people in attendance were members of the International Association of Correctional Officers (IACO), whose annual conference took place that weekend in the nation's capital.
The Louisiana Corrections Association was accepted as a dual member chapter and the Oregon Criminal Justice Association and the International Association of Correctional Officers were accepted as affiliates.